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    It has been said that the American people are the only jury that Lee Harvey Oswald will ever have. It is our responsibility, then, to examine with utmost care and objectivity the evidence for and against him, and to reach an independent verdict.
    Fair Play: Back Issues

    • Read Me A few notes about the Fair Play archive.
    • First Issue Articles on the first COPA conference in fall 1994; Roger Craig; Radios and Railwaymen; The Warren Support; more.
    • Second Issue The Odio/Connell Mystery; a Gaeton Fonzi interview; The Strange Death of Dorothy Hunt; more.
    • Third Issue A Conspiracy Too Big; LHO Self-Questionaire; Notes for a Speech by LHO; A Trip to Dallas; Fair Play for Oswald; more.
    • Fourth Issue Lee Harvey Oswald in Mexico City; The Perfect Crime; Pictures of the Paines; 50 Greatest Conspiracies of All Time: A Review and an Interview; more.
    • Fifth Issue ARRB in New Orleans; ARRB Releases; ARRB: Official Poop, Purpose and Background; HSCA and JFK's Skull Wound; What Struck John; Conspiracy Proven?; The Mystery of David Ferrie; Dan Rather Blinked; more.
    • Sixth Issue ARRB Releases: Information and Analysis; Harry Harry, Quite Contrary; Perry Russo Obituary; When They Kill a President (Roger Craig autobiography); The Man Who Wasn't There; Marine Buddies; more.
    • Seventh Issue Special COPA Conference issue: Conference Overview; COPA and the ARRB; Panels and Presentations; Thirty Years After Warren; A Peek Inside the Trauma Room; Honoring the Past; Sylvia Meagher profile; more.
    • Eighth Issue Richard Case Nagell obituary; Dear Arturo: a Nagell letter; James Altgens obituary; Dealey Plaza, 1995; Was She or Wasn't She: Beverly Oliver; On Assassination Hypotheses; ARRB Document Releases: A Review and Commentary; Oswald in Mexico City: A Model; more.
    • Ninth Issue ARRB Document Releases: Batch #2; Listening for Lee; Norman Similas; Freemasons and the JFK Assassination; "Search for Truth" interview; From the Pages of Ramparts; Critics and Anti-Critics; Dear Diary --- Lee Oswald's "Historic Diary;" A Conversation with Ronald C. Jones, M.D.; more.
    • Tenth Issue The ARRB at the Organization of American Historians; Arlen Specter and the Missing Parkland Witnesses; Forward with Considerable Violence; Oswald (by Ruth Paine); A Trip to Dallas; more.
    • Eleventh Issue Lost and Found (The Cooper Film); Film Fraud; ARRB Document Release Updates; The Guns of Dealey Plaza; Don't Be a Sap; JFK Video Reviews; Seeds of Doubt; Oswald: May We Have some Facts, Please?; more.
    • Twelfth Issue A British Symposium; The Fredonia Conference; Cruisin' with JFK!; Assassination Eyewitness Dies (Charles Brehm); Fifty-one Witnesses: The Grassy Knoll; The Failure of the Warren Report; more.
    • Thirteenth Issue The 1996 COPA Conference; The ARRB in Los Angeles; Marina and the ARRB; Film Farce; Specter of Treason; Confessions of an Assassin; Midlothian Today; more.
    • Fourteenth Issue Oswald: A Driving Force?; book reviews: History Will Not Absolve Us and Dangerous Knowledge; plus extensive coverage of the November in Dallas conference, Nov. 21-24, 1996.
    • Fifteenth Issue Why the ARRB Must Be SAVED!; Toward a JFK Assassination Theory; The Paper Bag that Never Was; The Tenth Batch; A Clue of Singularity; more.
    • Sixteenth Issue The Zapruder Film: A Permanent Public Record; The ARRB and the Z-Film; The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy: A Model of Explanation; Lee Harvey Oswald: The Myth of the Loner; Two Doctors; more.
    • Seventeenth Issue Another Rambler Witness; Possible Discovery of an Automobile Used in the JFK Conspiracy; What's the Deal with 13-Inch Heads?; The COPA Conference (fourth National Conference); Extending the Review Board; Someone Named Clay; more.
    • Eighteenth Issue McCloy Doubted SBT; COPA '97; The Interrogtation of Oswald; The Strange Allegations of Ray Carnay; The Wounding of Governor John Connally; Bang! Bang! You're Dead; The Moynihan Commission; The Assignment of Dr. G. Robert Blakey; more.
    • Nineteenth Issue The Gun that Didn't Smoke; The Diary of Clay Shaw; An Open Letter to Assassination Researchers; The SBT Was Caused by a Traffic Jam; Telling Truth from Disinformation; A Gathering in Grand Rapids; more.
    • Twentieth Issue A Tale of Two Conferences (2nd Annual November in Dallas conference, plus COPA Regional Meeting); Fritz Took Notes; ARRB Releases; more.
    • Twenty-first Issue In Memoriam: Penn Jones, Jr.; Better Late than Never; In the Blossom of Our Sins; Conspiracy Classic: Power (Heritage of Stone chapter); more.
    • Twenty-second Issue JFK Breakthrough?; The King Case (several articles on COPA regional meeting); The Best Evidence Against the Single Bullet Theory; For History's Sake; book reviews: Bloody Treason, Assassination Science, and The Warren Omission; Conspiracy Classic: Oswald and the FBI; more.
    • Twenty-third issue JFK Breakthrough?; ARRB Open Meeting transcripts (May and June 1998); Four Noble Truths; It's the Robert Oswald Show!; Memphis Miasma pt 2; Zapruder Film Fight; Three Book Reviews (The Politics of Protection, A Culture of Secrecy, and A Common Good; more.
    • Twenty-fourth Issue ARRB Final Report (link to); ARRB Staff Report; July 8 and July 21 ARRB Open Meetings; Jeremy Gunn at Stanford; Harrison Livingstone interview; Dial P for Perjury; John Ray: Show Me the Money!; A. Nathan Darby affidavit; The Pigs Grunt; Oswald and McWatters; Putting Myself in Ed Hoffman's Shoes; 12 Steps for a Lone Nutter; more.
    • Twenty-fifth Issue ARRB Final Report (link to); ARRB Press Conference; ARRB Open Meetings: August 26 and September 9; ARRB Successes; An ARRB Failure; Harvey and Lee: Just the Facts, Please; Kill That Myth!; Oswald's C losest Friend: A Review; Garrison's Case FInally Coming Together; The Undelivered Speech; more.
    • Twenty-sixth Issue ARRB Final Report (link to); Reactions to the Board; Dallas Conferences; Kerry Thornley Dies; An Untold Story; Mikhail Does Dallas; more.
    • Twenty-seventh Issue Bullet Tests (update); Dallas Conference Redux (A False Mystery, The Waters of Knowledge, Two Brains at Bethesda?, Only the Beginning); On Gerald Posner; 59 Witnesses; more.
    • Twenty-eighth Issue The Design of the Warren Report; The Assassination of John F. Kennedy as Coup d' Etat; What Do We Tell Our Children; Jim Garrison's Playboy Interview; Oswald's Girlfriend; more.
    • Twenty-ninth Issue A Gift from Boris; Coffin Dumped; The Death of Dr. Humes; Addendum to The Assassination of John F. Kennedy as Coup d' Etat; We Know the Truth; A Lawyer's Dissenting View; Two Book Reviews (Let Justice Be Done and Six Seconds in Dallas); more.
    • Thirtieth Issue A Letter to the American People; Shots, Trajectories and Wounds; Arthur Krock; Letter to the AMA; Russian Documents; Did Oswald Recognize Ruby?; more.
    • Thirty-first Issue Assassination Questions (Ramsey Clark interview); The President's Back and Neck Wounds; Movies in the Movie; Neurology and Jiggle Analysis; more.
    • Thirty-second Issue November in Dallas: coverage of JFK Lancer's Fourth Annual conference; The Impossible Tasks of One Assassination Bullet; more.
    • Thirty-third Issue Uncovering the Coverage; #5 Man; The Magic Throat; Watch the Wide Sea; The Separate Connally Shot; more.
    • Thirty-fourth Issue The Tale of the Tapes; #5 Man Revisited; A Legacy of Fear; A Tale of Two Tales; Life Magazine and the Warren Commission; The Warren Support; more.
    • Thirty-fifth Issue Number Five Man; The JFK Assassination: A False Mystery; The Waters of Knowledge; A Gaeton Fonzi Interview; more.

    http://spot.acorn.net/jfkplace/09/fp...ackissues.html
    "I think it would be a good idea." Mahatma Gandhi, when asked what he thought of Western civilization.

    The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways; the point is to change it.
    Karl Marx.

    "Well, he would, wouldn't he?" Mandy Rice-Davies, 1963, replied Ms Rice Davies when the prosecuting counsel pointed out that Lord Astor denied an affair or having even met her.

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    The significance of John Kelin's Fair Play website to the searches for deep political truth and justice within study of JFK's murder cannot be overstated.

    So too the value to our work of John's Praise From a Future Generation, a book-length history of the first generation of JFK researchers.

    And if it matters to anyone hereabouts, John is a connoisseur of jazz.

    It's heartening indeed to see links to the Fair Play archive on DPF's cyber-pages.

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    I saw some wonderful photos of various jazz players shot by John. Fantastic stuff. Interestingly we both like Jello Biafra too
    "I think it would be a good idea." Mahatma Gandhi, when asked what he thought of Western civilization.

    The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways; the point is to change it.
    Karl Marx.

    "Well, he would, wouldn't he?" Mandy Rice-Davies, 1963, replied Ms Rice Davies when the prosecuting counsel pointed out that Lord Astor denied an affair or having even met her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charles Drago View Post
    The significance of John Kelin's Fair Play website to the searches for deep political truth and justice within study of JFK's murder cannot be overstated.

    So too the value to our work of John's Praise From a Future Generation, a book-length history of the first generation of JFK researchers.

    And if it matters to anyone hereabouts, John is a connoisseur of jazz.

    It's heartening indeed to see links to the Fair Play archive on DPF's cyber-pages.
    Great that we have all these. Lots of reading. Has John been invited to join? (Or if he is a member he does not post much). Loved his book.

    Dawn

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    Yes, Dawn, he is a member here. I am a FB 'friend' too. Recently on FB he was saying that he had got 'JFK out of his system' , I am paraphrasing here, with the last book so maybe he is feeling a little burned out or over it all or just wants to move onto other areas of his life like jazz. Which is understandable.
    "I think it would be a good idea." Mahatma Gandhi, when asked what he thought of Western civilization.

    The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways; the point is to change it.
    Karl Marx.

    "Well, he would, wouldn't he?" Mandy Rice-Davies, 1963, replied Ms Rice Davies when the prosecuting counsel pointed out that Lord Astor denied an affair or having even met her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magda Hassan View Post
    Yes, Dawn, he is a member here. I am a FB 'friend' too. Recently on FB he was saying that he had got 'JFK out of his system' , I am paraphrasing here, with the last book so maybe he is feeling a little burned out or over it all or just wants to move onto other areas of his life like jazz. Which is understandable.
    I am friends on fb with him too. He is also going through some personal issues.
    How, I wonder does, someone get this case "out of (her) system"? I'd like some of what he's having. Alas...

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    Hi all,

    First, thanks for all of the kind words.

    I'm glad to know Fair Play is still out there. Deanie Richards archived each issue during its active period, but I haven't heard from her in years.

    It's a little jarring to see some of my words come back to haunt me. I seem to recall the comment that I'd gotten JFK out of my system, but don't remember the context. Temporarily burned out is more accurate.

    But...personal issues? I wonder how that impression came about. My marriage is stable, my mind relatively so. (That's self-mockery!) Still waiting for the economy to turn around, along with a few million others...

    Since it's come up, I invite everyone to check out my jazz pictures.

    http://home.comcast.net/~johnkelin/home.html

    I built the site, and it's best viewed through Safari or Chrome. Even though I got the HTML to validate, the site is a mess viewed through IE. I can't figure out why.

    I've also been keeping a blog. It is deliberately weird. I write whatever I feel like writing; there are a smattering of JFK-themed posts.

    http://bluelung.blogspot.com/

    Please excuse the self-promotion. Hope it isn't a violation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Kelin View Post
    Hi all,

    First, thanks for all of the kind words.

    I'm glad to know Fair Play is still out there. Deanie Richards archived each issue during its active period, but I haven't heard from her in years.

    It's a little jarring to see some of my words come back to haunt me. I seem to recall the comment that I'd gotten JFK out of my system, but don't remember the context. Temporarily burned out is more accurate.
    Hi John, Lovely to see you here by the way :wavey:, it was in the comments section on a post you made about your Detroit photos. Some one said that they had read your book and loved it and there may have been an inquiry about more to come, I can't recall. Given the amount of time and energy you have given to the case over the years it is not surprising that burnout is reached. I have seen it send some researchers quite batty though some start out that way too.

    Quote Originally Posted by John Kelin View Post
    Still waiting for the economy to turn around, along with a few million others...
    Yep. Been waiting for at least 35 years for that.


    Quote Originally Posted by John Kelin View Post
    Since it's come up, I invite everyone to check out my jazz pictures.

    http://home.comcast.net/~johnkelin/home.html

    I built the site, and it's best viewed through Safari or Chrome. Even though I got the HTML to validate, the site is a mess viewed through IE. I can't figure out why.

    I've also been keeping a blog. It is deliberately weird. I write whatever I feel like writing; there are a smattering of JFK-themed posts.

    http://bluelung.blogspot.com/

    Please excuse the self-promotion. Hope it isn't a violation.
    Thanks for the links and we are more than happy for the promotion. Feel free to cross post here any thing you think relevant too.
    "I think it would be a good idea." Mahatma Gandhi, when asked what he thought of Western civilization.

    The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways; the point is to change it.
    Karl Marx.

    "Well, he would, wouldn't he?" Mandy Rice-Davies, 1963, replied Ms Rice Davies when the prosecuting counsel pointed out that Lord Astor denied an affair or having even met her.

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    Thank you, Magda.

    For what it's worth, I just posted something on my blog that may be of some interest here. It is not the product of research, however; better to call it a flight of fancy. It's actually adapted from something that I put on Fair Play long ago.

    http://bluelung.blogspot.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Kelin View Post
    Hi all,

    First, thanks for all of the kind words.

    I'm glad to know Fair Play is still out there. Deanie Richards archived each issue during its active period, but I haven't heard from her in years.

    It's a little jarring to see some of my words come back to haunt me. I seem to recall the comment that I'd gotten JFK out of my system, but don't remember the context. Temporarily burned out is more accurate.

    But...personal issues? I wonder how that impression came about. My marriage is stable, my mind relatively so. (That's self-mockery!) Still waiting for the economy to turn around, along with a few million others...

    Since it's come up, I invite everyone to check out my jazz pictures.

    http://home.comcast.net/~johnkelin/home.html

    I built the site, and it's best viewed through Safari or Chrome. Even though I got the HTML to validate, the site is a mess viewed through IE. I can't figure out why.

    I've also been keeping a blog. It is deliberately weird. I write whatever I feel like writing; there are a smattering of JFK-themed posts.

    http://bluelung.blogspot.com/

    Please excuse the self-promotion. Hope it isn't a violation.
    John...just visited your blog and loved it...especially the piece on you,
    your daughter and the dog pound! Maybe your wife could get allergy shots.

    Jack

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